The singer shared shocking details of her humiliating experience with members of ex's family.
In an interview with Punch News on Saturday, September 16, 2017, she talked about a bunch of her sacrifices which included her music career in a bid to make the marriage work but those efforts only sustained it for a six-year period.
According to her, she got series of calls from women who Nollywood actor, Prince Eke proposed to.
Their marriage ended a few months after welcoming a baby girl, their third in the short-lived union.
Muma Gee gave a shocking revelation alleging that her ex-husband once took their children to an orphanage after announcing that he was tired of the marriage. She got to know about this following a call she received from a representative of the motherless babies home who needed her approval to accept the kids.
“He said I was seen with men, who are the men? Where is the proof? I am a high chief. Why would you come out and lie against somebody who has been kind to you? There is nemesis for all of this. I knew there was a victim he wanted to impress.
"Last May, I got a call from a woman who told me that she and my ex were supposed to get married but he had run away to the US. The lady said she was sorry that she got involved with him.
"That was not the first time but the fourth time somebody who was married to me would propose to four different women during my marriage. Come on! You don’t know half of what I have gone through. I only leave it to God.
"When I had my twins, a woman based in America called Gina sent me a friend request on Facebook and I accepted. Then she sent me her naked pictures and my ex in bed.
"My ex had proposed to this same woman on a Valentine’s Day and April of that year, I was delivered of a set of twins and the pictures went viral. This lady ran mad and looked for me on FB.
"The street I live in Port Harcourt is named after me. This woman told me that a girl on that street gave birth to a child for my husband. She sent me the picture of the baby.
"I had heard that he had slept with most of the actresses in Nollywood especially the up and coming ones. But I didn’t care. I wanted to keep my home. I had been in pains all through the years I was married.
"He had an affair with the DCO of the police station in the area we lived in Port Harcourt. Two of them used to wear the same attire to attend police functions. Everybody felt the policewoman was the wife of my ex. This DCO is even a married woman.
"There was a day he came home and said he was done with our marriage. He went to the drawer where we kept the wedding certificate and he tore it to pieces. I still have the pieces packed in a nylon bag.
"He and this police woman planned to take my kids from me. This was April 2015. He packed my kids’ clothes into a box and he and the woman took my kids to the motherless babies’ home. Later in the evening, I got a call from the orphanage saying they needed my approval for them to accept my kids at the motherless babies’ home. I screamed! Later on, a policeman brought my kids back home.
"Just recently, another woman called me that she had spent $7000 dollars on my ex. She saw my children’s picture on my ex’s DP and she went mad. I told her that I wished her luck.”
Prior to the interview, the singer had faced criticism from Prince Eke who once accused her of abandoning her children in order to embark on a trip. She went on to dismiss the basis of the accusation, revealing that she had to go for a musical performance at the time as she was not receiving financial support from her husband.
This was shortly after she delivered her last child in August 2016.
Her experiences during the abduction of Prince Eke became another point of discussion in the interview. According to her, she faced a lot of pressure from the actor's family who accused her of being fetish and also nursing an intention to kill him.
“He was kidnapped in December 2015. I know how I fought and raised money to pull him out. I paid the ransom with my money. My church gave me N100, 000. We had N200, 000 left to complete the money.
"Two of his elder brothers brought N100, 000 each. I didn’t sleep again because these brothers kept disturbing me that I must refund this money. I looked for the money and I gave them. One of his cousins, Chidi Eke, gave us N100, 000 and never asked for refund.
"At the end of the whole thing, I was put through the highest trauma of my life. His brothers conspired with their other relatives and they gathered in their home that I wanted their brother dead. They said I must swear an oath. I was shocked. I told them I was not going to swear.
"They said while he was with the kidnappers, the kidnappers were calling me and I refused to pick their calls. I told them the secret service ordered me not to pick any call as they were investigating the kidnap. But then, December 29, they gathered and said I should take the oath.
"Coincidentally, one of their sisters was getting married that day. I removed my shoes and on bare feet, I told them that God was watching us. I told them I was not picked on the street by their brother. I told them that all of them that tried to humiliate me, may whatever they did to me be accrued to their daughters and sisters. I raised this curse and the man who was holding the things I was supposed to swear with said they should hold on and we would reconvene again. We never did.
"My ex eventually became born again after he was released from the kidnappers’ den. He went to church and gave testimony that he was filming in Asaba and he left Asaba for Owerri where he had gone to see a native doctor who had given him a ring.
"He said he was on his way back to Port Harcourt when the kidnappers accosted him. I used to think he was fetish-free. He told the whole church that God wanted to use the kidnap case to reorder his steps to God. I was dazed! I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. For him to turn around and say that I am fetish, it is amazing."
The disclosure is coming in a year that has been filled with so much celebrity break-up stories.
Actresses, Tonto Dikeh and Mercy Aigbe have so far been the main subjects of domestic violence by their ex-partners. What observers will find similar in these cases is the blame game which saw the parties involved come up with conflicting reports regarding what truly transpired in their marriages.